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Abigail Smith Adams Print by Gilbert Stuart

Abigail Smith Adams

George Washington. Lansdowne Portrait Print by Gilbert Stuart

George Washington. Lansdowne Portrait

George Washington. The Athenaeum Portrait Print by Gilbert Stuart

George Washington. The Athenaeum Portrait

George Washington Print by Gilbert Stuart

George Washington

Catherine Brass Yates Print by Gilbert Stuart

Catherine Brass Yates

Portrait of a Family Print by Gilbert Stuart

Portrait of a Family

Dr. William Smith Print by Gilbert Stuart

Dr. William Smith

Thomas Jefferson Print by Gilbert Stuart

Thomas Jefferson

Catherine Yates Pollock. Mrs. George Pollock Print by Gilbert Stuart

Catherine Yates Pollock. Mrs. George Pollock

Portrait of the Mohawk Chieftain Thayendanegea known as Joseph Bran Print by Gilbert Stuart

Portrait of the Mohawk Chieftain Thayendanegea known as Joseph Bran

John Bill Ricketts Print by Gilbert Stuart

John Bill Ricketts

George Pollock Print by Gilbert Stuart

George Pollock

George Washington. Vaughan-Sinclair portrait Print by Gilbert Stuart

George Washington. Vaughan-Sinclair portrait

George Washington 2 Print by Gilbert Stuart

George Washington 2

Portrait of James Ward Print by Gilbert Stuart

Portrait of James Ward

Edward Stow Print by Gilbert Stuart

Edward Stow

Mary Barry Print by Gilbert Stuart

Mary Barry

John Adams 2 Print by Gilbert Stuart

John Adams 2

Sarah Homes Tappan, Mrs. Benjamin Tappan Print by Gilbert Stuart

Sarah Homes Tappan, Mrs. Benjamin Tappan

Wilson Cary Nicholas Print by Gilbert Stuart

Wilson Cary Nicholas

Sir John Dick Print by Gilbert Stuart

Sir John Dick

Richard Yates Print by Gilbert Stuart

Richard Yates

Horatio Gates Print by Gilbert Stuart

Horatio Gates

Robert Liston Print by Gilbert Stuart

Robert Liston

Henrietta Marchant Liston. Mrs. Robert Liston Print by Gilbert Stuart

Henrietta Marchant Liston. Mrs. Robert Liston

John Quincy Adams Print by Gilbert Stuart

John Quincy Adams

Horace Binney Print by Gilbert Stuart

Horace Binney

 Washington Allston Print by Gilbert Stuart

Washington Allston

John Adams Print by Gilbert Stuart

John Adams

George Washington Print by Gilbert Stuart

George Washington

James Monroe Print by Gilbert Stuart

James Monroe

John Randolph Print by Gilbert Stuart

John Randolph

Benjamin Tappan Print by Gilbert Stuart

Benjamin Tappan

Portrait of Henry Lambert Print by Gilbert Stuart

Portrait of Henry Lambert

Lawrence Reid Yates Print by Gilbert Stuart

Lawrence Reid Yates

Luke White Print by Gilbert Stuart

Luke White

Jonathan Amory Print by Gilbert Stuart

Jonathan Amory

John Ashe Print by Attributed to Gilbert Stuart

John Ashe

Ann Calvert Stuart Robinson. Mrs William Robinson Print by Gilbert Stuart

Ann Calvert Stuart Robinson. Mrs William Robinson

Gilbert Stuart

Portrait of David Montague, 2nd Baron Erskine

Gilbert Stuart

Portrait of Dean Christopher Bertson

Gilbert Stuart

Portrait of Frances Cadwalader Montague, Lady Erskine

Gilbert Stuart

Portrait of Mrs. Christopher Bertson

Gilbert Stuart

The Skater

Gilbert Stuart

Portrait of Mrs. Richard Yates

Gilbert Stuart

Portrait of George Washington

Gilbert Stuart

Benjamin West

Gilbert Stuart

George Washington

Gilbert Stuart

James Monroe

Gilbert Stuart

Mrs. Thomas Lea

Gilbert Stuart

A Lady Of Elegance

Gilbert Stuart

Gilbert Stuart

Abigail Smith Adams

Gilbert Stuart

Albert Gallatin

Gilbert Stuart

Ann Brewster Stow

Gilbert Stuart

Ann Penington

Gilbert Stuart

Ann Woodward Haven

Gilbert Stuart

Anna Dorothea Foster and Charlotte Anna Dick

Gilbert Stuart

Anna Payne Cutts

Gilbert Stuart

Anna Powell Mason

Gilbert Stuart

Anne Willing Bingham

Gilbert Stuart

Benjamin Lincoln Lear

Gilbert Stuart

Benjamin Waterhouse

Gilbert Stuart

Benjamin West

Gilbert Stuart

Bishop Jean-Louis Anne Magdelaine Lefebvre de Cheverus

Gilbert Stuart

Bishop John Carroll

Gilbert Stuart

Bishop William White

Gilbert Stuart

Breschard the circus rider full

Gilbert Stuart

Caleb Strong, late governor of Massachusetts.

Gilbert Stuart

Captain John Harvey

Gilbert Stuart

Captain Sir John Jervis

Gilbert Stuart

Captain Sir William Abdy, Bt, circa 1735-1803

Gilbert Stuart

Captain William Lock, 1731-1800

Gilbert Stuart

Catherine Lane Barker

Gilbert Stuart

Charles Lee or Gentleman of the Lee Family

Gilbert Stuart

Charles Willson Peale

Gilbert Stuart

Christian Stelle Banister and Her Son, John

Gilbert Stuart

Commodore William Bainbridge, Commander of The Constitution (1774-1833)

Gilbert Stuart

Daniel Webster

Gilbert Stuart

David Humphreys, LL.D.

Gilbert Stuart

David Urquhart

Gilbert Stuart

George Washington(The Constable-Hamilton Portrait)

Gilbert Stuart

Dolley Payne Todd Madison

Gilbert Stuart

Don Carlos Maria Martinez de Yrujo y Tacon, Marques de Casa Yrujo

Gilbert Stuart

Dr. John Fothergill

Gilbert Stuart

Edward Penington

Gilbert Stuart

Edward Shippen, L.L.D. Chief Justice of Pennsylvania.

Gilbert Stuart

Eleanor Gordon

Gilbert Stuart

Elizabeth Badlam Doggett. Detail

Gilbert Stuart

Elizabeth Beale Bordley

Gilbert Stuart

Elizabeth Beltzhoover Mason

Gilbert Stuart

Elizabeth Corbin Griffin Gatliff and Her Daughter Elizabeth

Gilbert Stuart

Elizabeth Parke Custis Law

Gilbert Stuart

Elizabeth Patterson Bonaparte

Gilbert Stuart

Elizabeth Porter Wheeler

Gilbert Stuart

Francis James Jackson

Gilbert Stuart

Francis Malbone and His Brother Saunders

Gilbert Stuart

Gen. Thomas Mifflin

Gilbert Stuart

General John Roger Fenwick

Gilbert Stuart

General Peter Gansevoort

Gilbert Stuart

Georg Sigmund Facius

Gilbert Stuart

George Reignold

Gilbert Stuart

George W.P. Custis.

Gilbert Stuart

George Washington, first President of the United States.

Gilbert Stuart

George Washington

Gilbert Stuart

George Washington

Gilbert Stuart

George Washington

Gilbert Stuart

George Washington

Gilbert Stuart

George Washington

Gilbert Stuart

George Washington

Gilbert Stuart

George Washington, Design for an Engraving

Gilbert Stuart

Gilbert Stuart - George Thomas John Nugent

Gilbert Stuart

Gilbert Stuart - Portrait of Mrs_ Franck Rolleston

Gilbert Stuart

Gilbert Stuart - Portrait of Richard Barrington

Gilbert Stuart

Portrait Sir Joshua Reynolds

Gilbert Stuart

Mercy Shiverick Hatch,

Gilbert Stuart

Govenor John Brooks

Gilbert Stuart

Mrs Harrison Gray Otis

Gilbert Stuart

Selfportrait

Gilbert Stuart

Vaughn Portrait of George Washington

Gilbert Stuart

Williamstown Portrait of George Washington

Gilbert Stuart

James Monroe

Gilbert Stuart

Helena Lawrence Holmes Penington

Gilbert Stuart

Henrietta Elizabeth Frederica Vane

Gilbert Stuart

Henry Cruger

Gilbert Stuart

Henry Dearborn

Gilbert Stuart

Henry Knox

Gilbert Stuart

Henry Lee.

Gilbert Stuart

Hepzibah Clarke Swan

Gilbert Stuart

Hon. Ja. [James] Bowdoin.

Gilbert Stuart

Hon. Theophilus Parsons, late Chief Justice of Massachusetts.

Gilbert Stuart

Horatio Gates

Gilbert Stuart

James Heath

Gilbert Stuart

James Madison

Gilbert Stuart

James Madison

Gilbert Stuart

James Madison

Gilbert Stuart

James Madison

Gilbert Stuart

James Madison

Gilbert Stuart

James Madison

Gilbert Stuart

James Madison

Gilbert Stuart

James Monroe.

Gilbert Stuart

James Monroe

Gilbert Stuart

James Ward

Gilbert Stuart

Jared Sparks

Gilbert Stuart

Jerome Bonaparte

Gilbert Stuart

John Adams

Gilbert Stuart

John Adams

Gilbert Stuart

John Adams

Gilbert Stuart

John Banister

Gilbert Stuart

John Boydell

Gilbert Stuart

John Campbell

Gilbert Stuart

John Collins Warren

Gilbert Stuart

John Fitzgibbon

Gilbert Stuart

John Foster

Gilbert Stuart

John Gell

Gilbert Stuart

John Hall

Gilbert Stuart

John Haven

Gilbert Stuart

John Jay

Gilbert Stuart

John Jay

Gilbert Stuart

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Gilbert Stuart Painting - George Washington. Lansdowne Portrait by Gilbert Stuart

George Washington. Lansdowne Portrait

Gilbert Charles Stuart (born Stewart; December 3, 1755 – July 9, 1828) was an American painter from Rhode Island.

Gilbert Stuart is widely considered to be one of America's foremost portraitists.[2] His best known work, the unfinished portrait of George Washington that is sometimes referred to as The Athenaeum, was begun in 1796 and never finished; Stuart retained the portrait and used it to paint 130 copies which he sold for $100 each. The image of George Washington featured in the painting has appeared on the United States one-dollar bill for over a century,[2] and on various U.S. Postage stamps of the 19th century and early 20th century.[3]

Throughout his career, Gilbert Stuart produced portraits of over 1,000 people, including the first six Presidents of the United States.[4] His work can be found today at art museums across the United States and the United Kingdom, most notably the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Frick Collection in New York City, the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., the National Portrait Gallery, London, Worcester Art Museum in Massachusetts, and the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.[5]

Biography

Early life
Simple, two-story wooden house. The two doors open directly on to the front lawn.
The Gilbert Stuart Birthplace in Saunderstown, Rhode Island

Gilbert Stuart was born in Saunderstown, Rhode Island on December 3, 1755 and baptized at Old Narragansett Church.[6] He was the third child of Gilbert Stewart,[7] a Scottish immigrant employed in the snuff-making industry, and Elizabeth Anthony Stewart, a member of a prominent land-owning family from Middletown, Rhode Island.[4] Stuart's father worked in the first colonial snuff mill in America, which was located in the basement of the family homestead.[8]

Gilbert Stuart moved to Newport, Rhode Island at the age of six, where his father pursued work in the merchant field. In Newport, Stuart first began to show great promise as a painter.[9] In 1770, Stuart made the acquaintance of Scottish artist Cosmo Alexander, a visitor of the colonies who made portraits of local patrons and who became a tutor to Stuart.[10][11] Under the guidance of Alexander, Stuart painted the famous portrait Dr. Hunter's Spaniels, which hangs today in the Hunter House Mansion in Newport, when he was fourteen years old. The painting is also referred to as Dr. Hunter's Dogs by some accounts.[6]

In 1771 Stuart moved to Scotland with Alexander to finish his studies; however, Alexander died in Edinburgh one year later. Stuart tried to maintain a living and pursue his painting career but to no avail, and so in 1773 he returned to Newport.[12]


England and Ireland
Highlighted face of a solemn young man, surrounded by a dark background.
Self-Portrait, painted in 1778
A well dressed young man taking graceful steps, arms folded.
The Skater, 1782, a portrait of William Grant

Stuart's prospects as a portraitist were jeopardized by the onset of the American Revolution and its social disruptions. Following the example set by John Singleton Copley, Stuart departed for England in 1775.[13] Unsuccessful at first in pursuit of his vocation, he then became a protégé of Benjamin West, with whom he studied for the next six years. The relationship was a beneficial one, with Stuart exhibiting at the Royal Academy as early as 1777.[13]

By 1782 Stuart had met with success, largely due to acclaim for The Skater, a portrait of William Grant. It was Stuart's first full-length portrait and, according to the art historian Margaret C. S. Christman, it "belied the prevailing opinion that Stuart ‘made a tolerable likeness of a face, but as to the figure, he could not get below the fifth button’".[14] Stuart said he was “suddenly lifted into fame by a single picture".[15]

At one point, the prices for his pictures were exceeded only by those of renowned English artists Joshua Reynolds and Thomas Gainsborough. Despite his many commissions, however, Stuart was habitually neglectful of finances and was in danger of being sent to debtors' prison. During this period he married Charlotte Coates. In 1787 he fled to Dublin, Ireland, where he painted and accumulated debt with equal vigor.[16]
New York and Philadelphia

Leaving numerous unfinished paintings behind, Stuart ended his 18-year stay abroad in 1793, returning to the United States to settle briefly in New York City.[14] In 1795 he moved to Germantown, Pennsylvania, near (and now part of) Philadelphia, where he opened a studio.[17][18] It was here that he would gain not only a foothold in the art world, but lasting fame with pictures of many important Americans of the day.
George Washington, 1796. Oil on canvas. One of several copies Stuart painted of this full-length portrait. Brooklyn Museum
Detailed painting of head and shoulders of Washington. Over half of the canvas is blank.
Gilbert Stuart's unfinished 1796 painting of George Washington, also known as The Athenaeum, is his most celebrated and famous work.

Stuart painted George Washington in a series of iconic portraits, each of them leading in turn to a demand for copies and keeping Stuart busy and highly paid for years.[19] The most famous and celebrated of these likenesses, known as The Athenaeum, is currently portrayed on the United States one dollar bill. Stuart, along with his daughters, painted a total of 130 reproductions of The Athenaeum. However, Stuart never completed the original version; after finishing Washington's face, the artist kept the original version to make the copies.[20] He sold up to 70 of his reproductions for a price of US$100 each, but the original portrait was left unfinished at the time of Stuart's death in 1828.[20] The painting was jointly purchased by the National Portrait Gallery and Museum of Fine Arts, Boston in 1980, and in late 2014 was on display in the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C.[21][22]

Another celebrated image of Washington is the Lansdowne portrait, a large portrait with one version hanging in the East Room of the White House. During the burning of Washington by British troops in the War of 1812, this painting was saved through the intervention of First Lady Dolley Madison and Paul Jennings, one of President James Madison's slaves. Four versions of the portrait are attributed to Stuart,[23] and additional copies were painted by other artists for display in U.S. government buildings.[24] In 1803, Stuart opened a studio in Washington, D. C.[25]
Boston, 1805–1828

Stuart moved to Boston in 1805, continuing in critical acclaim and financial troubles. He lived on Devonshire Street.[26] He exhibited works locally at Doggett's Repository[27] and Julien Hall.[28] He was sought out for advice by other artists such as John Trumbull, Thomas Sully, Washington Allston, and John Vanderlyn.[14] In 1824 he suffered a stroke, which left him partially paralyzed. Nevertheless, Stuart continued to paint for two years until his death in Boston at the age of 72.[29] He was buried in the Old South Burial Ground of the Boston Common. As Stuart left his family deeply in debt, his wife and daughters were unable to purchase a grave site. Stuart was therefore buried in an unmarked grave which was purchased cheaply from Benjamin Howland, a local carpenter.[30] When Stuart's family recovered from their financial troubles roughly ten years later, they planned to move his body to a family cemetery in Newport, Rhode Island. However, since his family could not remember the exact location of Stuart's body, it was never moved.[31]
Legacy

By the end of his career, Gilbert Stuart had taken the likenesses of over one thousand American political and social figures.[32] He was praised for the vitality and naturalness of his portraits, and his subjects found his company agreeable:

Speaking generally, no penance is like having one's picture done. You must sit in a constrained and unnatural position, which is a trial to the temper. But I should like to sit to Stuart from the first of January to the last of December, for he lets me do just what I please, and keeps me constantly amused by his conversation.

— John Adams[33]

Stuart was known for working without the aid of sketches, beginning directly upon the canvas. This was very unusual for the time period. His approach is suggested by the advice he gave to his pupil Matthew Harris Jouett: "Never be sparing of colour, load your pictures, but keep your colours as separate as you can. No blending, tis destruction to clear & bea[u]tiful effect."[14]

Stuart's works can be found today at art museums and private collections throughout the United States and Great Britain, including the University Club in New York City, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., the National Portrait Gallery in London, and the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.[5]

His daughter, Jane Stuart (1812-1888), also a painter, sold many of his paintings and her replicas of them from her studios in Boston and Newport, Rhode Island.[34]

A life mask of Stuart was created by John Henri Isaac Browere around 1825.[35]

In 1940, the U.S. Post Office issued a series of Postage stamps called the 'Famous Americans Series' commemorating famous Artists, Authors, Inventors, Scientists, Poets, Educators and Musicians. Along with the artists James McNeil Whistler, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Daniel Chester French and Frederic Remington, Gilbert Stuart is found on the 1 cent issue in the Artists category.

Today, Stuart's birthplace in Saunderstown, Rhode Island is open to the public as the Gilbert Stuart Birthplace and Museum. The museum consists of the original house Stuart was born in, with copies of paintings from throughout his career hanging throughout the house. The museum opened in 1930.[36]

Notable people painted
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Abigail Adams - Second First Lady of the United States, wife of John Adams
John Adams - Second President of the United States
John Quincy Adams - Sixth President of the United States
John Jacob Astor - First American multi-millionaire, fur trader, art patron
John Bannister - Owner of Bannister's Wharf in Newport, Rhode Island
Commodore John Barry - Father of the American Navy
Ann Willing Bingham - Philadelphia socialite
Horace Binney - Prominent Philadelphia lawyer[37]
Hugh Henry Brackenridge - early American writer, Pennsylvania Supreme Court justice, and founder of the University of Pittsburgh.
Jean Baptiste Casmiere Breschard - Performer and theatrical impresario
Mary Willing Clymer - Philadelphia socialite
John Singleton Copley - American colonial portraitist
Horatio Gates - American Revolutionary War general[37]
King George III - King of United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, 1760–1820[37]
John Jay - First Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court
Thomas Jefferson - Third President of the United States
Rufus King - a signer of United States Constitution.
Robert Kingsmill - Admiral in Royal Navy during American and French Revolutionary Wars
King Louis XVI - King of France, 1774 - 1792[37]
James Madison - Fourth President of the United States
Daniel McCormick - New York merchant and banker
Catherine Wister Miles - Wife of Samuel Miles - Revolutionary War General and Philadelphia Mayor (1790)
Samuel Miles - Revolutionary War General, Philadelphia Mayor, and America's first faithless elector
James Monroe - Fifth President of the United States
Daniel Pinckney Parker - Prominent Boston Merchant
John Randolph of Roanoke-Virginia Congressman and Senator
Joshua Reynolds - English artist
Henry Rice - Boston merchant and Massachusetts state legislator
John Bill Ricketts - Founder of first circus in the United States
Thomas Townshend, 1st Viscount Sydney, in whose honour the cities of Sydney in New South Wales, Australia and Sydney in Nova Scotia, Canada, are named, in 1785 and 1788 respectively.
George Washington - First President of the United States
Martha Washington - First First Lady of the United States, wife of George Washington
Benjamin West - American painter
Catherine Brass Yates - Philadelphia socialite
Rosalie Stier Calvert - Belgian born heiress and mother of Charles Benedict Calvert


Stuart's art on postage stamps

Gilbert Stuart's paintings of Washington, Jefferson and others have been served as models for the engravings found on dozens of U.S. Postage stamps released over the years. Washington's image from the famous Washington portrait, The Athenaeum, is probably the most noted example of Stuart's work on U.S. Postage.

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